Among the many findings in a recent report by Lawrence Berkeley National Labs is that 79% of new U.S. utility-scale solar capacity in 2016 involved tracking systems.
At issue was whether an agreement between NC WARN, a member-based nonprofit tackling the climate crisis, was acting as a public utility by providing solar electricity to a church. The public utilities commission – and now a court – has found that it was.
This plant and three other projects will allow utility Mississippi Power to reach 160 MW-AC of large-scale solar.
The German energy services provider and investment company have partnered on a fund to develop the projects, including securing grid connection and power contracts.
Recurrent Energy, a wholly owned subsidiary of heavyweight module manufacturer Canadian Solar has signed power purchase agreement for a 100 MW PV project to be located in Kings County, Central California.
The deal with the asset management firm is one of the largest supply agreements for heterojunction modules reported to date, and the Section 201 case may play a role.
The 10 MW RFP takes some of the first steps toward creating its Community Solar Pilot Program, which it was directed to do by Virginia Senate Bill (SB) 1393 into law in May.
The United States saw another strong quarter of solar market growth during Q2. However, the residential market declined year-over year, and the Section 201 trade case does not bode well for the future.
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